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WELCOME TO ARCH(E)WILD and AMERICAN NATIVE NURSERY

We are an ecological restoration and sustainable landscape services firm and we operate one of the most diverse native plant nurseries in the northeast United States. Our environmental stewardship mission and our business model are grounded in scientific research and experimentation into plant communities, genetics, and field techniques.

  • PDA Program Detail – Spotted Lanternfly

    http://www.agriculture.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_2_24476_10297_0_43/AgWebsite/ProgramDetail.aspx?name=SPOTTED-LANTERNFLY&navid=12&parentnavid=0&palid=150& Posted from the field by Mark

    Posted at November 5, 2014 | By : | Categories : Uncategorized | 0 Comment
  • Bumps, buzzards and critical species

    Bumps, buzzards and critical species http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-28531090

    Posted at July 29, 2014 | By : | Categories : Uncategorized | 0 Comment
  • Posted at June 19, 2014 | By : | Categories : Designing with Natives,Native Plant ID | 0 Comment
  • Icy plant revived after 1,500 years

    Icy plant revived after 1,500 years http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26614092

    Posted at March 19, 2014 | By : | Categories : Uncategorized | 0 Comment
  • Home | Project SNOWstorm

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    Posted at March 11, 2014 | By : | Categories : Community | 0 Comment
  • Backyard Stewardship Workshop – A roadmap to backyard design and stewardship – Audubon Pennsylvania

    Backyard Stewardship Workshop A roadmap to backyard design and stewardship Sponsored by Audubon Pennsylvania Any homeowner, gardener, teacher or land owners who is interested in helping the environment can benefit from this training about restoring ecology to backyards and other properties. Attendees will learn: How to assess properties using Google Earth and other tools Use the 15-step design process to implement change Learn about native plants and how to create curb appeal How sustainable landscaping can help you and others save money! Identify ...

    Posted at March 10, 2014 | By : | Categories : Community | 0 Comment
  • Duke Farms – Eagle Cam

    http://mobile.dudamobile.com/site/dukefarms_1?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dukefarms.org%2Fen%2FStewardship%2FWildlifeCams%2Feagle-cam%2F#2808

    Posted at March 5, 2014 | By : | Categories : Community | 0 Comment
  • Birds discover a banquet in the winter!

    Birds discover a banquet in the winter! I stepped outside to go get some cereal for the kids and was astounded by what I saw and heard.  Birds everywhere!  Cardinals,  Jays, and all kinds of big and little birds (lol, I'm not an ornithologist).  With two feet of snow on the ground, the birds must be hungry and discovered all of the seeds remaining in the meadowlands.  Little birds are swarming the Monarda fistulosa, Eutrochium, and ...

    Posted at February 15, 2014 | By : | Categories : Designing with Natives | 0 Comment
  • Seed Hunting on the Gauley River

    Seed Hunting on the Gauley River I spent three days crawling up and down the Gauley River gorges in search of new genetic stock for our nursery.  I found an abundance of some pretty cool species including Marshallia grandiflora, Viola pedata, Clethra acuminata, Iris cristata, Magnolia macrophylla, Ilex opaca, Hypericum prolificum, Euonymus obovatus, Euonymus americana, Hexastylis virginica, Rhododendron periclymenoides, and many more goodies.  It is unfortunate to say that most of these species weren't near any ...

    Posted at February 7, 2014 | By : | Categories : Seed Collection/Propagation | 0 Comment
  • Climate Change and Ecological Restoration

    Climate Change and Ecological Restoration by John Zollers As evidence mounts of the scope of climate change and its varied impacts on the world, it makes sense to consider its impact on ecological restoration projects. It is not always clear how best to accomplish this. A commonly asserted idea is that plant populations must move northwards (see for example Handel’s editorial in Ecological Restoration, December 2013(1)) to ensure their survival. This seems logical – as the world warms, colder-adapted plants (species and ...

    Posted at February 7, 2014 | By : | Categories : Site Restoration | 0 Comment
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